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Top 10 Guns for Teachers

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Published on 06 Apr 2018 / In Firearms

As schools consider arming teachers and staff, we believe these are the top guns for the job.

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Bear On A Rock
Bear On A Rock 2 months ago

Nice list of guns but I don't see them with a couple of exceptions being guns a teacher would carry, Most are what one would consider "duty weapons" and not something that I would consider for concealed carry. I would think they are large, heavy and cumbersome for anyone let alone a teacher to conceal carry. And, not sure I agree with the double action theory. I have taught a lot of students and those with double action handguns generally throw or pull their first round. I know that can be overcome with training but that is just mt opinion. Nice video though. Again, these are my personal thoughts. Maybe this can start a dialog on what people think about large duty sized carry pistols for concealment in a school environment.

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Stephanie Jackson-Foster

Great Video! I carry a SCCY and love it! I live in Utah and know many teachers and staff that conceal carry daily. I tell them every day thank you for protecting Utah's children

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Tiger.leo86 6 months ago

I agree with the list... But I don't know that DA would be a requirement... Personally, the best gun for anyone (teachers included) is the one that works best for them. The way I would set it up is give the teacher(s) a spending limit, and reimburse them after they purchase a pistol, and practice with it, show proficiency in using it, and allow them to cc in school.

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bill325i 6 months ago

All OK choices and I do carry my P228 which is a P229 without the rail ,but personally my regular carry gun is an H&K P2000SK which is a much better size for carry can use USP mags that hold 13rds or the standard 10rd P2000 mags for a smaller profile . Or you could use a P30Sk which is the same size and has a rail. Both guns are extremely accurate no to heavy and nicely fitted to the hand. I understand your idea of wanting a DA/SA gun in school setting , but you do need to realize that it takes considerably more time and effort training to master . It's one of the reasons police departments started switching to Glock and other striker fired guns over revolvers ,the other main one being capacity . But most departments range scores went up exponentially once they made the switch because it's a lot easier to teach someone to shoot a gun with no safety and less trigger discipline necessary to be a successful shooter .

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YouDontKnowMe 7 months ago

My first video to watch on UGE... Hope to see many more gun vids

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